Choosing Bathroom Ceramic Tile

Jan 7th

Bathroom Ceramic Tile comes in a wide range of colors, textures and styles. It can be difficult to limit the number of choices to find the one that best suits your budget and taste. Decide if you want your tray to be the background, an accent or head decor element in your bathroom. Neutral tiles provide a cloth for other design elements. Vibrant, intricate artisan tile can become a pattern example of an otherwise subdued interior. Tile is not easy, so choose something you love and can live with for a long time.

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Create a color palette and style for your bathroom. Use color flags, magazine images and fabric color swatches to put together a basic plan. Think part when choosing Ceramic Tile. Large floor tiles can overwhelm a small bathroom. Small mosaics add visual interest to the wall but require more frequent cleaning to keep the grout looking fresh. Measure the surfaces you want to tile to find the square meter you need to cover. Form a budget for your tile project. Include a delivery and installation fee if you do not plan to do all the tile work yourself.

Divide the budgeted amount by the total square meter of the project to determine how much you can spend per square meter. Many Bathroom Ceramic Tile products are priced by square meters, so this is a useful number to have. Research the types of tiles available and choose multiple styles that interest you. Common tiles used in the bathrooms have vinyl, ceramic, mosaic, glass, slate, limestone, granite and marble. Some styles, such as marble, are best installed by professionals, while others, such as ceramics, are suitable for a do-it-yourself project.